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Givi V35 PLX Sidecases/Saddlebags (pair) - 35 liters/case

$579.00 $521.10
SKU: Givi V35

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Givi V35 PLX Sidecases/Saddlebags (pair) - 35 liters/case-Matte Black 6

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Givi's first PLX-style sidecase! For use only with Givi PLX sidecarriers or SW-MOTECH Contour sidecarriers; not for use with Givi Monokey, standard SW-MOTECH sidecarriers, or Five-Stars sidecarriers.

The pair of sidecases comes keyed-alike from the factory.

The V35 sidecases can be keyed-alike to a Givi Monokey or Monolock topcase using the Givi Z228 lock cylinder kit (sold separately).

Available in 4 colors:

V35 sidecases are NOT large enough to carry most XL full-face helmets, but will accommodate most smaller helmets.

Weight capacity:22 lbs per sidecase.

Dimensions: 20.7"W x 12.4"D x 15.5"H (526 x 316 x 394mm)

Givi PLX or SW-MOTECH sidecarriers are currently available for the following bikes:

  • BMW F800S, '06-
  • BMW F800ST, '06-
  • BMW R1200R, '06-
  • Honda 599 / CB600 Hornet, '07-
  • Honda CBF1000, '06-
  • Honda VFR1200F '10-
  • Honda VFR800 VTEC, '02-
  • Kawasaki ER6F, '05-
  • Kawasaki Ninja 650R, '06-
  • Kawasaki ZX14/ZZR1400, '06-
  • Kawasaki Versys 650, '07-
  • Suzuki DL650 V-Strom
  • Suzuki DL1000 V-Strom
  • Suzuki GSF1250S Bandit, '07-
  • Suzuki GSX650F, '08-
  • Yamaha FJR1300, '06-
  • Yamaha FZ6, '04-
  • Yamaha FZ1, '06-

To see if a new PLX sidecarrier model is available for your bike, search our site for "PLX".

Mary B. sporting a set of the 35 liter PLX cases on her 2009 Yamaha FZ6R. In addition to the cases she naturally needed the Givi Tubular quick release Sideracks and the 3M Reflectguard makes the Givi topcase shine like the sun when targeted by another vehicle's headlights.
Customer Reviews
Review by Brad
The cases themselves have been great. I've put them through a good amount of stress since I've had them, just under a year now. My only complaint recently surfaced when the straps that hold the outer panel up when open broke on the left bag. I didn't have a great amount of weight on the lid, but the screws pulled right out. I'm going to try and remount the screws so I open the bag without having to worry about all the contents spilling out. (Posted on 6/16/13)
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